Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Behind the Cover Story: Emily Bazelon on Medical Abortion Through the Mail



By RACHEL NOLAN via NYT Magazine

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Emily Bazelon, a contributing writer for the magazine, wrote this week’s cover story about the online distribution of medical abortions. Here she discusses reporting on a group of activists working to provide medical abortions through the mail.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

“JP Morgan Chase Blues” was uploaded to Flickr



Looking up at the Chase Tower (né First National Plaza and f/k/a Bank One Tower). Design architects for the construction were C.F. Murphy Associates, Stanislaw Z. Gladych and Perkins and Will, per Wikipedia http://ift.tt/1u3234S(Chicago)

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JP Morgan Chase Blues was taken on August 21, 2014 at 09:52PM

Straight Duds



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Rejecting vanity sizing; summer’s soundtrack.

Reaching My Autistic Son Through Disney



By RON SUSKIND via NYT Magazine

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Owen barely communicated with my wife and me. But he opened up to the parrot from “Aladdin.”

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Before Learning to Crawl, You Must Learn to Swim



By Photographs by SETH CASTEEL via NYT Magazine

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Underwater photographs of infants learning to swim.

“Lemonade and Garage Sale” was uploaded to Flickr



summer’s almost over…

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Lemonade and Garage Sale was taken on August 24, 2014 at 02:58PM

The Unexpected 3 a.m. Guests



By JILLIAN DUNHAM via NYT Magazine

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Two strangers were on the porch — and I opened the door.

Editor's Note: How We Thought About Our Photo Essay on Israel and Gaza



By JAKE SILVERSTEIN via NYT Magazine

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As any depiction of the conflict between Israel and Gaza has the potential to stir controversy and raise questions, Jake Silverstein, editor in chief, offers this note as a window into some of the thinking behind the photo essay by Paolo Pellegrin and Peter van Agtmael in the Aug. 31 issue of The New York Times Magazine.

Richard Branson Searches for Virgin’s Next Big Thing



By Interview by AMY CHOZICK via NYT Magazine

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The entrepreneur on second chances and space travel.

Who Made That Tabasco Sauce?



By DASHKA SLATER via NYT Magazine

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A sugar plantation leads to spice.

The Accidental Phone Tap



By CHUCK KLOSTERMAN via NYT Magazine

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When voice mail keeps rolling.

A Roasted Green Chile Evokes Santa Fe



In New Mexico, late summer brings the pungent aroma from roadside grills.

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Friday, August 29, 2014

Freebies for the Rich



By CATHERINE RAMPELL via NYT Magazine

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Why are colleges giving away money to rich kids who don’t need it? They might value their rankings more than the economy.

“"Oh, You wanted to *work* at your desk?"” was uploaded to Flickr



“…maybe later”

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"Oh, You wanted to *work* at your desk?" was taken on August 29, 2014 at 02:17PM

“Boogie Woogie Box Set” was uploaded to Flickr



Horrible documentation (like, zero, in fact), but still, 200 jazz and blues tracks on 10 CDs for around $20 US is a pretty good deal if you are into such things (“original masters” btw) . amzn.to/1u5TGo5 I can’t say I’d want to listen to all 200 in sequence, but as part of a shuffled playlist? delightful.

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Boogie Woogie Box Set was taken on August 29, 2014 at 01:13PM

“That Was Earlier” was uploaded to Flickr



Mirror self portrait before I shaved

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That Was Earlier was taken on August 29, 2014 at 01:16PM

Can Jill Soloway Do Justice to the Trans Movement?



By TAFFY BRODESSER-AKNER via NYT Magazine

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With her new show, “Transparent,” the director ventures into a world in which some of the smallest words in our language — pronouns — can cause the greatest offense.

Under Cover: Opening Up the 'Abortion by Mail' Cover



By GAIL BICHLER via NYT Magazine

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To illustrate Emily Bazelon’s cover story about activists working to give women access to abortions at home, we knew that we wanted to show a package of pills received by mail.

The Fat Trap



By TARA PARKER-POPE via NYT Magazine

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In the battle to lose weight, and keep it off, our bodies are fighting against us.

On the Ground in Israel and Gaza



By Photographs by PAOLO PELLEGRIN and PETER VAN AGTMAEL; TEXT by JODI RUDOREN via NYT Magazine

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Two photographers capture scenes from the most recent outbreak of war.

Standout Wine Lists in New York City



Here are 10 of New York City’s most surprising wine lists, in alphabetical order.

By ERIC ASIMOV via NYT Dining & Wine http://ift.tt/1tHT7CC

Charlie Palmer Rethinks His Empire



The chef and restaurateur is spreading out in Midtown.

By FLORENCE FABRICANT via NYT Dining & Wine http://ift.tt/1liorXh

No Invitation Necessary



New York’s one restaurant devoted to the cooking of Moldova offers genuine details and food, and can make even a wedding crasher feel welcome.

By LIGAYA MISHAN via NYT Dining & Wine http://ift.tt/1qkOXOG
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